In the past, I've mostly glossed over the process of building the guts inside a carcass to house the drawers and allow them to slide in and out easily without racking. For this episode, I decided to focus on the construction of the runners, kickers, doublers, and spacers to house the drawers. This is another part of quality furniture that can subtly demonstrate quality craftsmanship. While most people will never actually see the inside of the carcass, they may open and close the drawers thousands of times. In fact, in many ways drawers are the most "interactive" parts of furniture. This episode goes through the construction method and process I used for the desk. I also unveil my top secret weapon for handing "roll up your sleeves" jobs like web frames and carcass interiors.